Captured image of a double rainbow in fukushima city.
Visit to temporary housing in Fukush
This family used to live in the town of Namie, just 20km away from the Fukushima Nuclear Station. Now they have relocated in temporary community housing until further notice.
This individual decided to stay within the danger zone of Fukushima to support his family while his wife and children felt it necessary to evacuate.
Indoor Play area
This image shows one of the radiation free safe zones designed for children.
Visited family in Nihonmatsu city
This family is often confined within the limits of their own home for fear of radiation poisoning. As a result of this, Their son rarely plays outside and the family has abstained from growing any more food outside for fear of radiation poisoning.
EarthWarkers Seminar in Cairns 2012.
Here is an image of a group discussion of what has been happening in Fukushima. The discussion was held by a Mr Kodoma accompanied by junior school students sharing what they have also experienced.
Japan Day of Hope
This is a visual collage showing the current situation in Fukushima.
Fukushima mother's Voice
Here is an image of mothers sharing their feelings and thoughts of the matter after collecting vegetables.
In Nihonmatsu city Fukushima, there is a vegetable free market every 2 weeks. The vegetables and rice come from all over the Japan.
Japan day of Hope
Masonic lodge cairns community get together every year to discuss the problem.
In Cairns, We would like to raise money to pay air fairs for Fukushima kids to visit. We organize charity workshops and events. We are organizing a‘Fukushima Kid's refresh camp’ in March 2015.
This is a radiation detector（a radiological monitor） Placed outside of each Kindergarden in Fukushima.
Kindergarden In Koriyama city
Here is an image of kindergarten children enjoying an English Story.
It is a common practice within the danger zones to dry ones clothing inside so as to minimize radiation exposure.
Pastel and Sumi art from Cairns
We sent collaborated Art to the (EarthWarker's) office from the Japan day of Hope Event.
According to this Japanese newspaper report, children of Fukushima and other near by neighboring areas are under considerable threat of over exposure to the radiation. It goes on to say that the children are prohibited to touch the near by trees, sand, leafs, and any other kind of natural potential radiation hazard. Some establishments have been kind enough to take samples of pine trees and acorns to kindergartens for the children of Fukushima.
Photo display at Japan Day of Hope.These photos show us what happening in Fukushima.
The thyroid gland news Letter
In Fukushima, there is a monthly news letter delivery service to every home.
This is an image of some of the artwork from the Cairns community, sent to koriyama Earthwalkers office.
Poster in Fukushima
This is a poster at Earthwarlker Koriyama Office. There are many letters and messages that come from all over the world.
In the Fukushima city
This site is strictly off limits to the public. All of the materials you see within the boarders of the fence have been heavily exposed to radiation and yet, the location of these sites are clearly within the parameters of near by towns and civilian populated areas.
Origami and Pastel charity WS
Many kids enjoying Origami with Yuka.
Carnival on Collins 2014
Little artist drawing pastel art doing what he can to help support the course.
Charity Booth at Carnival on Collins
Charity booth at Carnival onCollins
Hand made fragrance dolls from Mr and Mrs Tomizawa who used live Futaba cho in the 20km from Fukushima nuclear station.These are very popular at the Market
Mystery Prize at Ukulele Festival
We wish to thank those who have gone out of their way in donating these gorgeous products including flowers and vouchers. We very much appreciate your support.
Smile with Kids charity Booth
We attended the Ukulele Festival in July and met many nice people. Thank you very much for all your support.